Haiti - The Haitian Military preparing for their 18 Nov 2017 Parade

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Look at this photo... The new Haitian army is working out, preparing in the rain as November 18 2017 approaches. The new Forces Armés d'Haiti will parade the streets of Cap-Haitien on that day, the aniversay of the Battle of Vertières.

Haiti's ministry of defense posted this photo on Twitter

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Forces Armee Haiti La nouvelle armée haitienne s'entraîne, se préparant sous la pluie à l'approche du 18 novembre 2017. Les Forces Armées... see more
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